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Duke in Depth
2013 Duke in Depth Series
As part of the university-wide commemoration of 50 years of Black Students at Duke University, Celebrating the Past, Charting the Future, the Duke in Depth conference series will expand its format and go ‘on the road’ to several Duke Regions in Spring 2013. More information will be posted here soon.
Thank you to the more than 300 alumni, students, faculty, and friends who joined us on campus, Feb. 23-26, 2012, for this biennial Duke Women's Weekend, celebrating the 40th anniversary of Duke Women's Athletics and the merging of the Woman's College with Trinity College. See more videos, media coverage and photos from the weekend.
Thank you to the more than 200 alumni, students, faculty, and friends who attended this phenomenal conference, Feb. 25-26, 2011, which ranged from in-depth panel discussions to live interviews with Duke alumni around the world to a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Peace Corps.
Duke in Depth: A World Together provided a great opportunity to explore global challenges – including world-changing trends in health, technology, religion, and the environment – and to consider the future of collaboration with developing countries. See all Duke in Depth weekend events(.pdf)
Please enjoy this photo slideshow recapping some highlights of the event. At the bottom of the page we’ve also posted video from the concluding session of our conference: The Ethics of Global Development with President Richard H. Brodhead, Bill Drayton, founder and CEO of Ashoka, and Blair Sheppard, dean of the Fuqua School of Business.
Also, please check out local news coverage of the event.
Finally, learn more about the film we showed at our
pre-conference event on Feb. 24, AMERICAN IDEALIST: THE STORY OF SARGENT SHRIVER.
The Ethics of Global Development
President Richard H. Brodhead, Bill Drayton, founder and CEO of Ashoka, and Blair Sheppard, dean of the Fuqua School of Business, discuss “the Ethics of Global Development” during the Duke in Depth: A World Together conference at Duke, Feb. 25-26, 2011.
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers share their stories as part of the 2011 conference on global development hosted by the Duke Alumni Association